Tuesday, February 27, 2007

A Comment On Leftist Hypocracy

From a glamdroid watch website:

So I'm supposed to live like a raccoon while this tubby f*ck drives a go-cart from room to room on his fabulous estate. These dirty god-damn hippies all tell me how awful America is and how great everyone else is, and we should all roll around in the mud like these third world nightmares whose number one export is alien like diseases, meanwhile he's flying back and forth to Caligula-like parties in Beverly Hills on his 20 million-dollar Gulfstream jet. I'm supposed to power my shower with a treadmill, but according to this editorial in the USA Today, Gore can't even be bothered to sign up for "earth friendly" power sources like wind energy, even though the utility companies that service his homes (he has three) in Tennessee and Washington DC offer it as an alternative.

They don't care if you suffer while alive or die as long as you submit to their will.

For them power over others is the source of their sustainance. The state of Liberty, where we deal with each other on the basis of consent, is toxic to them.

For them: Power is life. Freedom is death.

Barbarians (paleo or neo) are funny that way.

1 comment:

Mark said...

I love some of the comments. It is amazing to see that some folks out there still have a clue.

One even points out that it was Clinton who deep sixed Gore's precious Kyoto treaty.

Two of my favorites

This guy has bombed more countries than Bush, is a product of the oil industry for which they were thankful for the 3 billion dollar plan Columbia to protect US oil interests there AND Im supposed to believe he is a greenie? I know Ed Begley. Gore is no Ed Begley Jr.


Purchasing offsets only means that Gore doesn't want to make the same kind of sacrifices that he's asking other families to make. He's using a modern form of indulgences in order to avoid doing the penance that global-warming activism demands of others. It means that the very rich can continue to suck up energy and raise the price and the demand for electricity and natural gas, while families struggle with their energy costs and face increasing government regulation and taxation. It's a regressive plan that Gore's supporters would decry if the same kind of scheme were applied to a national sales tax, for instance.